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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 13 July 1907

BJPlS'' R. 'A. WAJOBFOBJO. a» J. TE RRIS. S. 0. WAKBFORD. i general commission agents, W Complete Household Furnishers. W- j- ' ? . %\ LARGE STOCKS OF NEW AND SECOND-HAND FURNITURE W ALWAYS ON HAND. if Also VEHICLES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. P' CASH BUTEUS OF srCOND-HAND FURNITURE. p' SECOND-HAND VEHICLES KOUGHT OR EXCHANGED. i — ? I . We have for Private Sale: m PIA.NOS.— Makers, 'J. Irniler,' perfect Instrument of beautiful tone; price. f ? 60 Guineas. 'Stelner,' specially constructed for tropical climates. In | spectlon Invited. Cash price, £47 10s. Approved terms. IRON SAFES.— Shipment Just landed direct from the makers. All sizes. PriceH Irom £7 10s to IK. '. .VEHICLES.— E. J. and W. ff.'1's Snl Mc-s, Pony and Horse, Bent and 5, Straight Shafts; prices from f:2' upwards. Other makes, £14, £15, £1G, i to £35. Litfit Lorry, in Ht,l ii.li.l ..nler, £20. Dc ? .-. Vans, £7 lOsand i £13. Sprins Van, £12. \\ ':i«rtr. u.i-t -? . i-i pond orr). . . : . Stylish Hooded Sulky, equal to new, 12...

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CHARTERS TOWERS. THE WEEK ON 'CHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 13 July 1907

CHARTERS TOWERS. THE WEEK. ON 'CHANGE. Operations on 'Change during the past week hav.-; been somewhat quiet, notwithstanding a mild flutter in Wal lis' Day Dawns, the sales in which re present some i'i per cent of the whole. The movement was due to iho cuttlns of 2ft. of stone In a winze going down from a crosscut at the No. 4 west level. On Thursday rl.ares sold up to 10d., but yesterday a reaction set In, and the best offer at the close was Td., re presenting an Increase of 4d. for the week. It Is believed the stcne, which is of a cloudy, blackish nature, will prove payable. There was also a dis position to dabble In Day Dawn School Reserves, 1400 changing handf. but the advance was Insignificant. The most notable movement for the week was In Carrington'B 1 and 2 Easts, a fair num ber changing hands, and prices closing Id. higher than on the 5th. Golden Alexandras and New Queens more (handheld their cwn, and Ku!amadam show an upward tendency. Brilliants, Clark's Worcesters, and E...

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NEW TIN FIND. IRVINEBANK, July 12. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 13 July 1907

NEW TIN FIND. (By Telegraph.) IRVINEBANK, July 12. A new discovery of tin has br-nn ma-lo near the Endeavor and Leslie mine by Messrs Baskl and Moran, who traced rich specimens on the surface for :i distance of 50ft. A working op tion has been secured by the Endeavor and Leslie Company.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 13 July 1907

The Royal turbine yacht Alexandra, launched at Glasgow on May 30, was built under strict Admiralty condi tions. She is of 2000 tons displace ment, 300ft long, and her turbine en gines will drive her 17 knots. Hur In ternal arranjremcnlK aro designed nlone In meet Ihe uses of tlio King and the Royal family, and not for iarfjc parties of guests. Dr. N. E. Yorke-Davl.s i raises I -a in an article on 'Ci'Vi-rujos and Health,' in the 'lii'iitli-ui.in's Maga zine.' In discoursing on the 'enor- mous benefit derived from free indul gence in liarmliss Hinds.' In- says: — '?First and foremo,l. as ti,c most im portant and tin- m-ist in-.ieii.-ial if all beverages, naturally coni-s !??!. Thi-: seems to fill som.- w:mt ;?- Hie r.v-t'-' tliat nu Klher 1'ovoi-r.r ? active principle of |. :i. w 1 ? i--!i is known as lliclne. is a powerful riiii.ul-inl l- the mrvous fj-kIi in. Inn. nnlii-.e a'.- ih- '. it docs no harm: Inde.-d. it i:- a Mil n- ? and comfort lo imllii ? ^'??'i ev r.v succeeding year ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 13 July 1907

*'THE ACID U»E' Most; jwonle In cities live Just on ihe line of acid' surplus, and pass ovch the'fc^rflpr. every few days. A Etato dlnneh/A'day of extra' mental antlvltV or (KiiQtionijJ excljemeni, nrid over'tho boundary they go. A chill, a ' aanip day, imbeflJng..tho surface elfn.maUbli's, or a-3*r4tet!iik amatltutioh'al tond'f ncy -ww.pvBr.',the ateld'-llrie , tbepr drqp. , ' TfySforoot 'is jn t|ie 'preyaienr'e of tlit Bcld,,atel)i}8slji,- sjiown in rheumatism, ?,HlSS^^d.'^ut, ' Bneumatlsm 1» imdtobttdj^ .cbused' .hy.ilfeerin ferment 'r - :^M#. MHVpr^e'y' nt thp. ^fe-^S^S'tSa'iW00,4 tttkes. up Its 'et-!?*i.-Br2 'T?^ '?¥* .tho^lieirttone. Ml It I«ftffelp^ to -i,Wj|-IajbZl «is'niv4j'cld to me with .LhV.Sc Itforu. V»rklni with JU own. .alkaiinjjty .Jo.en-ebt'U. the .blood «MftsUin-;y«$B-to nenlrdllao this acid, :lhje||n,pb.yejrU,he] blood can not prowl -against the microbe fer ment Tftit IS Itself r#ni1.TC.I ferld. ? Add reacUon Is always shown In the 'ilobd-ot- RheuniatlcB. . To th-...

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GRAND NATIONAL STEEPLECHASE [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 13 July 1907

GRAND NATIONAL STEEPLECHASE The V.R.C. Grand National mcotiiiT will be brought to a conclusion to-day, the chief event on the :iro3rainme be ing the G.N. Slec:-lecli;ise. The places will probably bo flllcj by— Si-iingHeld ? 1 roomcrsing ? 2 Uolsdalc . ? 3 Thu well-known hoire Trafalgar re turned liin:c o.i h'uiiiny ly Uio Pere grin;, aflei- iinythns '-'it a profitable! trip tn his owiu!i, an hu- wns unable to sta;t him at (lie Tuwnsvlllo mcclln? (says the Macliay 'Mercury'). The liors: was slightly wrnr.r.hei In the sh luli'er, the ronult of some rough handling In trar.shippin!i. a repelitiop. of what he exp. linnced on !-ls return trip, ^flcr hU severe 'hakin? he will pro»ahly have to be thrown out of work for somo time. A l:eap f.f wt-slem monoy was lost on C.-irlsl Ii tin- Townsville -^ui) (says the Wln'jn 'Horal:!'!. V,' tii Willy Willy out of Uio v.-ny it was lr-jkoncl he couldn't lose, and it looked like picking up money backing him. But evidently he struck so'.nerhlng pretty ...

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HAWTHORNE PICNIC RACES [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 13 July 1907

HAWTH3RNE PICNIC RACES Th^ annual nunlnn of the Ilaw-horn0 Clu'j cinie off at Walkar'n Bend, MII srarr.i run, Crn\Jon district, on June 23 2D, :ir.d pr.ive I :i highly tiijoyable pic nic inielliiT. M' C. lieckt, of Iffley, can-led off th-! Bracelet mid Burns, Phll,- Tiophy with S.illor, the Stock mans1 Pnrsn with Dot tii:. the Jumbo Strikes and Vmif-rwond nnd Mclnlyre Bracelet'' with Tornado. Puddy Tallin's rit.ilph.-i annexed the Open. Handlcnp; Mr J. S. Tncliim's (Donor's Hlllf) Donarir.a the firei Produce Stakes; Mr J. Ilarrlck's b c Wineglass the Maiden Pinto, and the ramn owner's Quilri the Erodio Trophy, A private match for fj a side got up between rival -topk j-idei-s resulted in a win for Mr D. McTnlyrq'B Maggie by a head from Mr A. II. Underwood's Eric. Next morning an Impromptj moetln? was held, at which toasts wc-e honored and FubFcilptlo-.iH orcne:! lor next year, Mesi-rs- Feclian and Losthi donating ten ond five guineas respectively. It was alsrj decided that for the fu...

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LAWN TENNIS. THE TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 13 July 1907

LAWN 1EHKIS THE TOUP.NAMRNT. ThlR afternoon all the finals will be played off and pome good tennis' should be - witnessed. , Graham, who by his goo-1 aU-roiuiil play, beat St. Join and Tandy In the curlier 'oiiit'f. Is ejec ted tc- make a pood fight against Wool rj'oh In the. final of the open singles. In She ladles' singles Miss Hot-ton meeta Mies L^wlnfton, ana a good . ..;p.-.^J*-'i^s»»ar.ii--;-'V ? ? .. ...,'.??/-'?.???' ?:... niatch 'etibula'rceult If both players are In form. .Wooh-ych and Miss Hortoii . play.St-John.And Miss Walker In the ladles' arid- Beoaemen'B double handi cap, -odd a oloso'game may be expected MbtJih couples. have bceii'iUying in fhie lortn -in %hi preliminary iound«. Iin;the ladles' doul lei Mrs Purrier anl .M|ss' Martin meet the Misses' Hartley, ahVl in the singles Miss Horton meets Miss Martin. In the gentlemen's slnifl: and double haualca- s, whore Tandy plays Rogers and Woolrych and Tandy, play I:urne and Grecnham, thero should te- two very intc cnin...

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INTERSTATE. QUEENSLAND. HUGHENDEN, July 12. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 13 July 1907

INTERSTATE. (By Telegraph.) (From Our Coi respondents./ QUEENSLAND. HUUHENDEX, luly 12. Before the Tolicc Magistrate, John Carroll for using nbscon ? laimuasc was fined £4. A thousand bullocks aro tiavillins from Neumeyer Valley to Lolsworth, Schultz In cliargf, and Tij'l frmn Kclta, Normanton to Charluvllh1, HobiiiKon owner, drover Hoys in rlnri''-. Constable Lvnrh's wife is srvlously 111, and has been rcmovel to Mrs John ston'E private hospital, wlurc sbc Is progressing IRVINKBANK, July 1-'. A man namoJ Flnwois til- ?! :-s llm result ot a flclit In th' ftnc-i on Mon day. A post mci-U'in sno-.vi-.l a larR' Clot of blood 'm 11m rl -'lit s c!' of llir brain. His assailant, a mm n-iv«-l William Buniy. was am- toil .-ml brought before the Po:in- Cntn-t thli morning on a cliar?f of inunjer. He was remanded fur ol^lu days. HRlrtRANR, July 12. Archbishop Donaldson loft HiHliane to-night by mail train (-? r:sirli ih» Blngera for Ti-wnsvlll.-. w!.. i.r,. lir goes to CooVtnwn, ilirm-?1 t i N...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, July 12. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 13 July 1907

NEW SOUTH WALKS. SYDNEY. Julv 12. Mrs Charlotte nridgc. a iv.=Ident of Ultimo, who was very br^dly burnei from bead to foot yest rday through falling Into a tire, died las', n'.cht. A record for wireless telcpraphy In Australia has been established by ?H.M.8. Powerful at Sydney, which has been In communication with H.M.S. i Challenger at Acltlni'lo. XjOuIs Frledrlch, a baker of Nowtown, appeared at, the local Police Court to day on three charges of havlnc light weight bread In his possession. The Brat Information set out that Frled Hch had in his bakehouee 91 four pound loaves, which in the agirregatc Wwt 22Boz. short In weight. He was fine! £G6 6s,' in default imprisonment iitor nine monthp. The recond charw 'iOnii that of having in his bakehouse on Llio s-uiie dny 12j two-pound loaves wliiih wore sMoil in wcicht CT ounct-a. Tlio lilies aKgi rgalcd £H is Cil. Tlio d-f.i.c-e was that tin; livlil-welsht bri.id was due to an acrldcnt. William Corbctt, a railway rU-aiur, inei. with an ...

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FEDERAL PARLIAMENT. THE SENATE. MELBOURNE, July 12. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 13 July 1907

FEDcRAL PARLIAMENT. - J 1 J - SJSNA'll; ttiv 'I clcgrupli.i MELBOUHME. Julv 1^. In Hie Seiianj iu-i,ay, -Senator McGregor drew tlio atten tion of the Vtc.;-l'residem of the Exe cutive Council to a resolutV.n pass,.-! at Hie l'rcinlure' Coni.;n-i.ti: to ap point an official of hlah loirnl ability tu aovise the Hlatc Govermrn-nt about Commonwealth legislation. Hc. asked, Would the Government cor.tlder the advisability of appointing an ofliclal in a similar capacity to report upon the State legislation at a salary of £335 per annum? Senator Best replied that, consider ing the importance of the Issue, notice ought to be given of thi question. Cries of 'Question.' and laughter. 'The Vice-Prcfident of the Executive Council stated that he hoped to intro dues a Navigation Bill In thre or four Wfleks. Tn reply to Senator Gulhrle, Senator Best stated that the cost of telephones In suburban and city districts was greater than in the country, and that it was therefore. Impossible to grant such ...

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COMPULSORY DIPPI, G. THE MEETING IN THE TOWNSVILLE. BRISBANE, July 12. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 13 July 1907

COMPULSORY DIPPI. G. TUK meetim; in t.i\v.\sviij,i!. (By Telegraph., nUlSHA.NE. Julv V- The matters venlilatid at the reei-ut mi'i-tliig of pastoialisis in Townsvllle. were brought bi-rme the imiiee ,if thu Stntdc Ueparlmeiit authorities to-dav JJ»T state- tliat (lie regulation giving the inspector p.iwer to inrorce dipping is only lo be rigidlly t-nrnrced in Soutli ern Queensland. It is recognised that in the north, where- I here are large tuns, it Is impossible lo make owners dip every three we.,ks w|,On it lake's them six months to muster. The regu lation will be ap, ? 1 with -)UL. ri.sai.(| to local conditions. The dipping ,,f tra velling .stock, however, will l)L. mu,.,, lisi'ily enforced.

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ROSS RIVER WEIR. GOVERNMENT WILL NOT ASSIST THE SCHEME. BRISBANE, July 12. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 13 July 1907

ROSS RIVER WEIR. GOVERNMENT WILL NOT ASSIST THIJ fiCHEUE. (By Telegraph.) BRISBANE, July 12. Referring to a telegram received from the Mayor of Townsville stating that the construction of the weir will be proceeded with pending favorable con Hldcration by tin- Oovernor-in-Councll. the Treasury Department state that the Hydraulic Engineer condemned the eite chosen. If the Mayor intended fo use the Council's funds for the work, then the department was not con cerned, but certainly the Government would notkallow the use of Treasury money for It under the conditions.

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VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, July 12. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 13 July 1907

VICTORIA. MKLBOUItNF. July 12. Inspector Glecson, of the Victorian Criminal Investigation rtranch, claims that crime Is not on the. Increase In Melbourne. A sawmill employee named John Southern was injured fatally at Cola? yesterday. He was engaged In lrlns ing in a load of logs on a tramway when the mill locomotive left the rail? and caused a large log on a tru-k nearest the cnKine to shoot forward and crash through the iron cab. The unfortunate man's (e? was crushed against the boiler, and he died this mdrnlns. Five other men on the en gine escaped unhurt. Just as the audience was assembling nt- the Royal Princess Theatre, Ben dlgo, last evening an asbestos fire curtain weighing about a Ion fell on the stage and two weights which balanced the curtain, weighing lialf a ton each, crashed through the stage, causing a sensation.

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GOLF. (By "FOIE") [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 13 July 1907

GOLF. (by "FORE")   The North Queensland Golf Club are having a "bogey" handicap competition this afternoon at their links at Kissing Point, and the follow- ing is a list of the players with their respective handicaps:— Messrs Hobbs, West, and Dr Parkinson, scratch; T.P. Aston, 3; H. Horn, 8; R. Wallace, 'i;   R. A. Wakeford, 9; C. Jameson. 10: H. J. Craig. 12: J. Adam, 12; and Haseler, Morisset, Wilson, Smith, and Hale, 14 each. The order of play will be— Par- kinson and Hobbs, West and Aston, Horn and Jameson, Wallace and Wakeford, Craig and Adam, Wilson     and Morisset, Haseler and Smith and Hale.

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HUGHENDEN NOTES. HIGHENDEN, July 11. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 13 July 1907

HUGHENDEN NOTES. ^S 'N.Q. Herald's' Correspondent.) HI CIIENIHCN. July 11 At the Police Court on Tuesday. 1 f - lore Mr J. W. W. Jackson. P.M.. the Hughenden Municipal Council m n moned Walter Curtis, cab iirniiiiciur. for a breach ot' by-law :«. clause 2 of the Hughenden Town Council. De fendant, who pleadcl ii'l guilty, was fined 5s. and :;s r-l iwis. At the Land Court on Tuesday. l.-- foiv Mi- J. W. W. Jacksun. Assistant Commissioner, Henry Perkins ap;-'.l I for C'24 acres of liiid f»i-a grazing fa.-'ii at Ecoromah. i.he appli.-Tiioji wn a. ccpted. The Q.N. Bank applied for a lease under section I') of t.'-e Ac; -if I'M', or r,2i,-. miles of land in ih-- O.u'.i bah block at I- Cs Sd :icr mile. The application was accepted. 111. re wore no supplications for the 7S/mi. acres mi Lcridti. due to the short notice- stivi-n. It is intended to survey land in t'i.' rullowlng townships :— Helton. Nonia. Juli i Creek, and Maxelton. and on tlio -?-?;,! !i-:l«m of Hi.- eiii-wi- the lain1..-- ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 13 July 1907

                  A meeting of the Townsville Fire Brigade Board was to have been held on Friday afternoon, but lapsed for want of a quorum, the only member present being his Worship the Mayor (Alderman P. Minehan). By the Marloo on Friday there ar- rived 101 Spaniards under engagement to various sugar plantations. Of this   number 64 will go on by the Lass o' Gowrie to-day to Lucinda Point, 28 by the Wakefield to Goondi, and the re- maining nine by the Marloo to Cairns. During the day they were in evidence in the city, and looked a fine, able- bodied lot of men.   During the month of June the indi-   gence allowance for Townsville   amounted to £78 15s 9d, while the amount spent in rations for the same period was £31 11s.     In the report of the Townsville Hos- pital committee meeting in F...

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GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 13 July 1907

GOSSIP. [All announcements of engagements of   marriages forwarded for insertion in this column must be properly authen- ticated.] The marriage of Mr P. G. Cooper, eldest son of Mr G. Cooper, of West End, to Miss Daisy Steele, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs J. Steele, of Wills-street, will take place on August 7th. Miss Tamar Bridge (Ingham) is the guest of Mr and Mrs J. Steele till af- ter their daughter's marriage.   Mr W. S. Bennett leaves to-day for Rockhampton on a short visit. On his return he will be accompanied by Mrs Bennett and child, who have been spending the summer months south. The engagement of Miss Olive Voss, second daughter of Mr and Mrs W. W. Voss (Fenrice), to Mr R. C. Ramsay (Oondooroo) is announced. Mrs L. M. Anderson, Charters Tow- ers, is the guest of her mother, Mrs O. R. G. Thaler. Mr and the Misses Gregson (Sydney), who have been spending a week in Townsville, left by the Wyandra on a month's visit to the north. Mr and Mrs J. Wark ...

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PUBLISHED DAILY. SATURDAY. JULY 13, 1907. TOWNSVILLE WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 13 July 1907

The Bulletin. PUBLISHED DAILY. SATURDAY, JULY 13, 1907. TOWNSVILLE WATER SUPPLY. Argument about the feasibility of supplying Townsville with sufficient   water by storing some of the Ross River's surplus is ended by the City Council's decision this week to make the experiment. The absolute cer- tainty of success for the project which the State's Hydraulic Engineer desires to establish before he recommends the Government to lend the Council the money required to carry out the scheme seems from the history of Mr Hender- son's actions in connection with this matter to be unattainable. He has not condemned the project, has, indeed, given it a qualified approval; but he will not risk his professional reputation on its success by recommending the State loan required for the work with out further proof than has yet been obtained that the foundations of the weir would be solid. Efforts to pro- cure this certainty, judging from past experience, would be quite likely to oc- cupy ...

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PORT DOUGLAS AND MOSS-MAN NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Townsville Daily Bulletin — 13 July 1907

PORT DOUGLAS AND MOSS. WAN NOTES. ('N.Q. Herald's' Correepojitlcnt). A: the meeting of the , Mousman Lodge oil OtSaftfllowB held* on 'We3nes- day evening Jait, Bro. .Brian Qrogan was c)ec{«3a ^fpbje Grand; Bro, Ei. Buchanan, Vice-Grand, end Bro. C. Crillen Kloctiva Secretary. Fifteen n-.rnil-ers of tha Port Douglas Lodge, who had journeyed out by special train, w.i-i- present at the im-etl.in. Miss Jessie Ryrie, whn has been transferred from Port TViuplns to tho Cookiown State Scho il, loeilvod a small monetary token of esteem prior to her dejiarturo on Thursday evening last. Mr J. E. Muntz. chairman of tho school committee, made the presenla t. ?-.- ' Mr Gilbert Bates, of the 'Trinity Times.' Cairns, is bavin? a look at the land on tin; Dafntree. and will re port, it is said, on the same to a Rontloman possessed of ineanfc and in terest i-d in rubber cuitiuv. it is stated that the cane-cuttlns challenge of £M ispuod by Mr William Hrunl'Ui Is likely to be taKcn up by Mr Jlcibn-t Cro...

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